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Student Board of Advisors
The Campus Network Student Board of Advisors represent the interests and concerns of our chapters and members. The board, which consists of outstanding Roosevelt students from across the country, provides guidance and counsel to the New York City office team, while representing the student voice.
Cecile Bernstein, Chair of the Board
Cecille Bernstein serves as chair of the Student Board of Advisors after one year on the board and two years as Northeast Regional Co-coordinator. A senior at the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College, Cecille is a political science major with a minor in public policy. Her policy interests include women's rights and development, education, and urban planning. Among other things, she enjoys public parks, accordions, and gluten-free baking.
Jeff Raines, American University
Jeff Raines is a junior at American University where he majors in Political Science. This year he is President of his Roosevelt chapter where he is currently focusing his efforts on scheduling great speakers and installing a Public Policy major at American. His primary policy interests lie in education, such as teacher pay, for-profit college reform, and overturning university speech codes. He has previously interned at the Dept. of Education and has been published in the 10 Ideas for Education Journal on AP Test reform. He has previously served as the New Chapter Coordinator for the DC Region and was a DC Summer Academy Fellow in 2011. Outside of policy, Jeff enjoys presidential trivia, cooking Chinese food, and wearing suits.
Zach Glasser, Northwestern University
Zach is a senior at Northwestern University majoring in Social Policy and History, with an overarching focus on early 21st Century, New Deal history. His main policy interests are in educational and environmental aspects of social justice. Zach joins the Student Board of Advisors after two years on the Midwest regional team and will also be serving as his chapter’s Co-President for a second and final year. When he’s not busy Roosevelt-ing, Zach usually finds time to run along the Lake Michigan shoreline and try to figure out “What would FDR do?”
Andrew Macklis, Yale University
Andrew Macklis is a rising senior at Yale University where he is pursuing a double major in Economics and Global Affairs and serves as Co-President the Yale’s Roosevelt chapter. Andrew’s policy interests are at the intersection of economic development and international security. During his time with the Roosevelt Economic Development center, Andrew helped design a new structured lending program for a community development bank and helped co-author the “New Haven Promise” proposal that granted sustainable college scholarships to local public school students.
Adam Jutha, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Adam Jutha is a proud Canadian majoring in Public Health - Health Policy and Management at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After high school in Toronto, he pursued a gap year volunteering in Kenya, Angola, and Tajikistan. His major policy interests include access to health care, public health and preventative care, environmental issues, and a focus on international development in Africa and Central Asia. Adam has spent his summers developing public health programs in sub-Saharan Africa. He speaks French & Portuguese, and loves the outdoors, news, reading and cheering on the Tar Heels! In 2011, Adam participated in the Roosevelt Summer Academy program, where he was placed as a fellow at the National Academy on Social Insurance, working on nonprofit development and social insurance policy work. This past summer, he worked in hospital administration at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Canada. He'll be serving on the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network's Student Board of Advisors.